I recently built a franken P that consists of a 22 fret MIA P neck(from a Deluxe P) mounted to a MIC Squier body. The pickup is a Fender 62 P, and the bridge is a Badass 2. The Squier pots and jack were re-used. With the neck being 22 fret, in order to intonate this thing I had to move the bridge forward an inch on the body. In essence, the pickup is further back(in relation to the bridge) than it would be on a normal P. The distance from the nut to the pickup posts on the E & A side is 29 1/4", and on the D & G side is 30 1/2". For comparison, I measured my MIM P and came up with 28" for E & A, and 29 1/4" for D & G. My problem is the D & G strings have noticeably lower output than the E & A do. I rechecked my soldering, pickup height, etc and came up empty handed. I reason the lower output is due to the altered position of the pickup. I also notice that this thing is somewhat more trebly than any of my other P's are. Comments, suggestions?